China Standard Zxz High Precision Shielded Hex Bore Agriculture Bearing drive shaft bearing

Product Description

ZXZ high precision shielded hex bore agriculture bearing

 XCC Group has created a vertically integrated bearing production chain which combined with R&D, tubing, forging, turning, heat treatment, grinding, sales and customer service.  The agriculture bearings which produced by Xcc Group are famous as superb sealing performance and long life. Now those agriculture bearings have been supplied to OE and aftermarket customers at both domestic and abroad market such as JOHN DEERE, KUBOTA, DODGE WUZHENG Group, YTO Group etc.

Material:
ZXZ agricultural machinery bearings are made of high quality high carbon chromium bearing steel .according to GB18254-2016 standard, providing guarantee for long life.
Cages
ZXZ agricultural machinery bearing are fitted with an injection moulded snap-type cage of glass fibre reinforced polyamide 66. These cages exhibit excellent performance characteristics in a variety of applications where operating temperatures do not exceed
The lubricants generally used for P-bearings do not have any detrimental effect on cage properties. 
Seal
ZXZ’s agricultural mechanical bearings have 3 forms of seal structure
The standard integral seal used in ZXZ -P and CS bearing units provides good protection against moisture and contaminants and also provides reliable retention of the lubricant .
For more contaminated conditions, P-bearing units fitted with plain steel flingers outside the integral seal should be used. The flingers have an interference fit on the inner ring and considerably enhance the sealing effect without increasing friction.
Where operating conditions are extremely contaminated and long service life is required, P-bearing units Tri-Ply Seal Series with the highly efficient multiple seal are recommended.
ZXZ can provide a full range of agricultural machinery bearings, mainly including the following types:
P bearings, including the radial insert ball bearings of the metric and the inch series.
Roundel bearing of sowing machine , Cylindrical bore, Square bore and Hex bore series.  Each series includes a cylindrical OD or spherical OD.

XCC Group is China listed group enterprise (stock code: 603667) with more than 10 subsidiaries, specialized in the fields of bearings, bearing parts and auto parts manufacturing.

XCC has an integrated bearing production chain what combined with R&D, tubing, forging, turning, heat treating, grinding etc. Including auto alternator bearings,tension bearings, air-conditioner clutch bearings, water pump bearings, precision machine tool bearings, chemical fiber & textile machinery bearings, as well as whole series of standard and non-standard deep groove ball bearings etc with high precision, high speed, low noise and long life.

ZXZ build up entire bearing production line from steel tube, forging, turning, heat treatment to grinding and assembling after 10 years effort; high quality bearing rings which do heat treatment already provide for top 5 bearing manufacturer worldwide, production capacity reach 200 million sets annually; adopt full automatic CNC grinding and assembly line, benefit from big amount of advanced manufacturing equipment, ZXZ has ability to service for world class level customers.

Agriculture Bearings:
superb sealing long life agricultural square bore bearings

ZXZ provides customers professional technical support and after sales service, timely support of application guiding and failure analysis will be from skilled ZXZ application engineer worldwide.
ZXZ Agriculture bearings guaranty longer period of free maintenance, higher bearing life reliability, ZXZ agriculture bearings are customers cost effective choice because of saving time of maintenance, all benefits from ZXZ agriculture bearings high seal performance to resist dust, mud seep in the inside of bearing, and longer duration grease.
The agriculture bearings which produced by XCC Group are famous as superb sealing performance and long life. Now those agriculture bearings have been supplied to OE and aftermarket customers at both domestic and abroad market, such as JOHN DEERE, KUBOTA, DODGE, WUZHENG Group, YTO Group etc.

 

 

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Contact Angle: 15-60
Aligning: Aligning Bearing
Separated: Unseparated
Rows Number: Single
Load Direction: Radial Bearing
Material: Bearing Steel
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shielded bearing

How do I replace a shielded bearing?

Replacing a shielded bearing requires careful handling and attention to detail. Here’s a detailed explanation of the steps involved in replacing a shielded bearing:

1. Equipment preparation:

  1. Gather the necessary tools and equipment for the bearing replacement, including appropriate wrenches, bearing pullers, and lubricants.
  2. Ensure the equipment is turned off and all power sources are disconnected.
  3. Follow any safety procedures and wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) as required.

2. Bearing removal:

  1. Identify the location of the shielded bearing that needs to be replaced.
  2. If applicable, remove any external components, such as covers or seals, that may be covering the bearing.
  3. Use the appropriate tools, such as a bearing puller or press, to carefully remove the damaged or worn shielded bearing from its housing. Apply force evenly and avoid causing any damage to the surrounding components.
  4. Inspect the housing and shaft for any signs of damage or wear. Clean the area and remove any debris or contaminants.

3. Bearing installation:

  1. Prepare the new shielded bearing by ensuring it matches the specifications and size of the old bearing.
  2. If necessary, apply a thin layer of lubricant to the bearing’s inner and outer races to facilitate smooth installation.
  3. Position the new shielded bearing into the housing or onto the shaft, aligning it properly.
  4. Apply appropriate force using a press or suitable installation tool to ensure the bearing is fully seated in its designated position. Take care not to apply excessive force, as it can damage the bearing or its surrounding components.
  5. If applicable, reinstall any external components, such as covers or seals, that were removed during the bearing removal process.

4. Post-installation steps:

  1. Clean the area around the newly installed shielded bearing to remove any lubricant or debris.
  2. If necessary, apply the recommended lubricant to the bearing according to the manufacturer’s guidelines.
  3. Perform a visual inspection to ensure the bearing is properly seated, aligned, and secured.
  4. If the equipment has multiple bearings, repeat the above steps for each bearing that needs to be replaced.

5. Testing and verification:

  1. Once the shielded bearing replacement is complete, reassemble any remaining components and ensure they are properly secured.
  2. Turn on the equipment and perform functional tests to verify the proper operation of the bearing replacement.
  3. Monitor the equipment during operation and check for any abnormal noises, vibrations, or temperature changes that may indicate issues with the bearing replacement.
  4. If any problems are detected, stop the equipment and inspect the bearing installation to identify and address the underlying cause.

It’s important to note that the above steps provide a general guideline for replacing shielded bearings. The specific procedure may vary depending on the equipment, bearing type, and manufacturer’s recommendations. Always refer to the equipment and bearing manufacturer’s instructions for detailed guidance and follow proper maintenance and safety protocols throughout the bearing replacement process.

shielded bearing

What materials are shielded bearings commonly made of?

Shielded bearings are commonly made from various materials to suit different application requirements. Here’s a detailed explanation of the materials that are commonly used to manufacture shielded bearings:

  • Steel: Steel is the most commonly used material for manufacturing shielded bearings. High-quality bearing steel, such as chrome steel (52100), is known for its excellent hardness, wear resistance, and load-carrying capacity. Steel bearings are suitable for a wide range of applications and offer good overall performance.
  • Stainless Steel: Stainless steel bearings are often used in applications where corrosion resistance is required. The stainless steel used in bearings is typically AISI 440C or similar grades, which contain high levels of chromium and provide excellent resistance to rust and corrosion. Stainless steel bearings are commonly used in industries such as food processing, medical equipment, marine, and chemical.
  • Ceramics: Ceramic bearings are gaining popularity due to their exceptional properties. The rolling elements and raceways in ceramic bearings are made from advanced ceramic materials, such as silicon nitride (Si3N4) or zirconia (ZrO2). Ceramic bearings offer advantages like high stiffness, low friction, high temperature resistance, and resistance to corrosion and electrical insulation. They are often used in high-speed applications, high-temperature environments, and industries such as aerospace and semiconductor manufacturing.
  • Plastic: Plastic bearings are used in applications that require lightweight, low friction, and resistance to chemicals or moisture. Common plastic materials used for shielded bearings include polyamide (nylon), acetal (POM), and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). Plastic bearings are commonly found in industries such as electronics, automotive, and conveyor systems.
  • Hybrid: Hybrid bearings combine the advantages of different materials, typically featuring ceramic rolling elements and steel raceways. These bearings provide benefits such as reduced friction, increased speed capability, improved temperature resistance, and extended service life. Hybrid bearings are used in applications where a balance between performance, reliability, and cost is desired.

The choice of material for shielded bearings depends on factors such as the application requirements, operating conditions (such as load, speed, temperature, and environment), and cost considerations. It’s important to select the appropriate bearing material to ensure optimal performance, reliability, and longevity in a given application.

When sourcing shielded bearings, ensure that the material specifications and properties meet the specific requirements of your application. Consult with bearing manufacturers or suppliers to determine the most suitable material for your needs.

shielded bearing

What is a shielded bearing?

A shielded bearing refers to a type of rolling bearing that incorporates shields to protect the internal components from contamination and retain lubrication. Here’s a detailed explanation of what a shielded bearing is:

A shielded bearing is a type of rolling bearing that consists of an inner ring, an outer ring, rolling elements (such as balls or rollers), and shields. The shields are typically made of metal, such as steel or stainless steel, and are designed to cover the rolling elements and the raceways of the bearing.

The primary purpose of the shields is to prevent solid contaminants, such as dust, dirt, or debris, from entering the bearing and causing damage to the internal components. By acting as a physical barrier, the shields reduce the risk of premature wear, corrosion, and failure of the bearing. They also help retain the lubricating grease or oil within the bearing, ensuring proper lubrication and reducing friction and heat generation.

Shielded bearings are commonly used in various applications and industries, including automotive, industrial machinery, appliances, and electric motors. They are suitable for environments where the risk of contamination is moderate and where regular maintenance and relubrication can be performed.

It’s important to note that shielded bearings provide a certain level of protection against solid contaminants but do not provide a complete seal. They are not intended for applications where liquid or heavy contamination is present. For more demanding applications or environments where higher levels of protection are required, sealed bearings or other specialized bearing arrangements may be necessary.

Shielded bearings are often designated with the suffix “Z” or “ZZ” in the bearing model or part number to indicate the presence of shields. For example, a shielded deep groove ball bearing may be labeled as “6204-Z” or “6204-ZZ” to signify that it has shields on one or both sides.

When installing or handling shielded bearings, it’s important to follow proper procedures and precautions to avoid damaging the shields or introducing contaminants. Regular inspection and maintenance, including periodic relubrication, are also essential to ensure the continued effectiveness of the shields and the optimal performance of the bearing.

Overall, shielded bearings offer a practical and cost-effective solution for protecting rolling bearings from solid contamination and maintaining adequate lubrication in various applications. The specific design, materials, and performance characteristics of shielded bearings may vary depending on the manufacturer and the type of bearing.

China Standard Zxz High Precision Shielded Hex Bore Agriculture Bearing   drive shaft bearingChina Standard Zxz High Precision Shielded Hex Bore Agriculture Bearing   drive shaft bearing
editor by CX 2024-01-09

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